Sarah is dedicated to the art of storytelling and digital media to amplify voices and inspire change. She believes all storytelling projects must follow ethical guidelines that center trust, relationship-building and a collaborative process. At Resource Media, Sarah enjoys finding new ways to combine her creativity and digital expertise, whether it's designing a fact sheet, producing short videos or facilitating a training.
Sarah leads Resource Media’s Outdoor Equity initiative, partnering with community-based organizations, outdoor brands and conservation advocates to redefine the outdoor and public lands narrative. She is the host and producer of Outside Voices, a monthly podcast featuring stories from Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC), LGBTQIA+ folk, people with disabilities and other underrepresented communities in the outdoors.
While working toward her degree in Environmental Policy at UC San Diego, Sarah spent time interning for a variety of nonprofits, government agencies and student organizations, all connected to environmental and social justice issues. She is also a trauma-informed yoga teacher (RYT 500), grounded in the philosophy that yoga is a tool for life for every body. She brings this same lens to her commitment to equity, justice and anti-racist work, actively centering radical self-love, knowledge of trauma and how it impacts the body and community resilience as a facilitator.